Following a full day of rain, the next morning brought fog to many of the valleys in this area of Arapaho National Forest. As I ventured out and navigated the dirt roads, I alternated from clear conditions to visibility down to less than a few hundred feet.
With the fog so thick in the places I had been seeing moose, I didn’t figure I would have much luck spotting them. As I drove back toward camp through a clear area, I saw I was about to enter the fog again and said, “Sure would love to see a nice bull up there on the hill.”
No joke, 10 seconds later I turn a corner and there one is, silhouetted nearly perfectly, tall and proud. Serendipity! With the fog there was virtually no color or detail to the scene so I converted this image to black and white to add some drama and focus on the form of the big bull.